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Pro players craft course of their dreams and biggest in B.C.

Aldergrove’s newest park Raptors Knoll opens on Saturday atop old landfill

BC SPCA says no charges against Abbotsford hog farm

Farm was the target of a video and large protest in April

LTA wins $1.5 million for classrooms in dispute over lack of specialty teachers in Langley

A few resource teachers had double their caseloads of kids needing help

Trudeau on Trans Mountain and climate action
Documents shed light on seniors poverty figures used by federal Liberals
Money Monitor: Summer travel deals require flexibility
Study says rents in most cities are unaffordable for lower-income earners

Langley wildlife shelter could use help during ‘baby season’

Baby animals are arriving by the hundreds at Critter Care

PHOTOS: Fraser Highway storefronts get major facelift

Aldergrove Business Association volunteers spruce up downtown

Aldergrove coach awarded as a ‘difference maker’

Langley School District honoured coaches at its fourth annual District Athletics evening on Friday

Langley Township takes first steps towards retail marijuana

The council will seek public input before any rules are finalized

Const. John Davidson was ‘ambushed’ by shooter, Crown says on first day of trial

Oscar Arfmann faces first-degree murder of Abbotsford veteran officer

Disc golf comes to park built on reclaimed landfill in Aldergrove

The newest feature at a Langley park will officially open Saturday

Langley Sticky’s root beer festival outgrows its home

Sticky’s fourth annual Root Beer Festival is moving to Douglas Park

  • May 23, 2019

OPP looking for suspect after Best Buy credit-card fraud in Surrey

Ontario Provincial Police believe suspect has links to Surrey and Langley

Eight alleged dealers face charges for Surrey-Langley drug ring

Police say the group is linked to the ongoing gang conflicts in Metro Vancouver

Langley Child Day aims at improving development of babies, toddlers

Encouraging parental interaction was a theme of the Child Day

Generators, security guards brought in to deal with continuing parking lot blackouts at Langley Memorial

The lights in the hospital’s lot were out for several nights in the last week

Aldergrove shoppers watch Safeway shelves ‘go empty’ before store closes

Store closes Saturday, locals express concern over FreshCo’s product quality

TWU nursing students raise funds for Kenyan hospital

The students are working for the summer at the small rural health centre

Bruce Banman to seek Abbotsford South BC Liberal nomination

Former Abbotsford mayor was elected as a councillor last fall